education & supervision

Courses in which I teach:

GEO-10306 | Human Geography

LAR-37306 | Reflections on Planning and Design Practices

LAR-11803 | Integrated Studio 1

ECS-53506 | Empowerment for Sustainability

FNP-31806 | Forest and Nature Policy: Theoretical Perspectives

RSO-55306 | A Global Sense of Place: Place-based Approaches of Development

Postgraduate supervision

Iulian Barba Lata | The spatiotemporal conditions of innovation processes | 2011-2017

Radhika Borde | Sacred Land and the Politics of Voice: The strategic representation of indigeneity, in activism against land acquisition by mining companies – a focus on India | 2011 – 2017

Arjaan Pellis | Productive conflicts in conservation tourism | 2014 – present

Rodrigo Alves Rolo | Beyond the planning void. The renaissance of spatial planning in Argentina in the 21st Century | 2015 – present

Christine Ampumuza | 2016-present | Gorillascapes: re-negotiating conservation, tourism and rural development at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, South Western Uganda

Harald Buitendijk | 2015-present | Innovation in Tourism |

Educational awards

2017 Wageningen University Excellent Education prize for course in which I teach: Empowerment for Sustainability (coordinated by Valentina Tassone)

2016 Longlist Teacher of the Year 2016 Wageningen University

2015 Wageningen University Excellent Education prize for LAR11803 – Introduction Landscape Architecture and Planning: Experiences (with Paul Roncken and Gerrit Kleinrensink)

2015 Longlist Teacher of the Year 2015 Wageningen University

2015 Course of the Hucht (Vak van de Hucht) for Human Geography, first prize. An award from the students for the best course in the Landscape Architecture and planning curriculum @Wageningen University.

2013 Wageningen University Teaching award for Human Geography: Theory and Practice (GEO- 20406) (one of the top 25 highest evaluated courses in the entire university).

2012 Course of the Hucht (Vak van de Hucht) for Human Geography, third prize. An award from the students for the best course in the Landscape Architecture and planning curriculum.

2011 Course of the Hucht (Vak van de Hucht) for Human Geography, first prize. An award from the students for the best course in the Landscape Architecture and planning curriculum.

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